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Purple Dog Shit seeds

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Purple Dog Shit specifications

Read the Purple Dog Shit seed specifications in the table below. The values may vary between the different seedbanks where you can buy Purple Dog Shit seeds.

Variety 85% Indica and 15% Sativa
THC level 17.5%
CBD Level Low

About Purple Dog Shit seeds

Purple Dog Shit is a strain which is mainly indica and has a THC percentage of 17.5%. This strain has a low percentage of CBD. Purple Dog Shit has similarities with Dog Shit and Purple Urkle and is a combination of 85% indica and 15% sativa. Grow Purple Dog Shit seeds and get a fine marijuana plant with generous crops. Grow Purple Dog Shit seeds into a nice and bushy marijuana plant, the Purple Dog Shit has an average flowering time.

The Purple Dog Shit has a Sweet, Berry, Grape, Earthy and Pungent taste and the purple dog shit has a happy, creative, euphoric, uplifted and relaxed effects.You cannot buy Purple Dog Shit seeds in one single seedbank on the internet, as soon as we know a shop which are selling Purple Dog Shit seeds, we will post it here.

Purple Dog Shit flavors

Is it good to know what the flavor of Purple Dog Shit is before you buy Purple Dog Shit seeds online. It said Purple Dog Shit tastes mostly like:

  • Sweet
  • Berry
  • Grape
  • Earthy
  • Pungent

Purple Dog Shit effects

You want to buy Purple Dog Shit seeds? Get yourself informed about the effects of the Purple Dog Shit strain. Purple Dog Shit is known for the following effects:

  • Happy
  • Creative
  • Euphoric
  • Uplifted
  • Relaxed

Purple Dog Shit reviews

Read what other people has to say about Purple Dog Shit seeds.

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Cameron from Candidoni

Great strain! Very rare to find. Great stuff to smoke before having sex or feeling happy.

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Maryam from Central African Republic

picked this strain up from the new Deanz Greenz in my neighborhood . lovely nuggets with a pungent but sweet undertones of fruit and a phenomenal taste of grape. love this strain.

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Like its interesting namesake, this strain got the name from its scent being reminiscent of the funk of dog turd. It also has some undertones of being earthy and a slight touch of grape. Sensations include a nice, uplifting high.


Also Known As: Purple Dogshit, Purple Dog Poop

Flavors: berry, citrus, earthy, grape, and sweet.



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White Specks In Dog Poop

White specks in dog poop are tiny dots found in fresh dog poop. Don’t be alarmed; they’re not always a sign of trouble, and they happen frequently. But, it does not mean you should overlook them.

How To Identify White Specks In Dog Poop?

You will have to inspect your dog’s poop immediately. Otherwise, you risk it from being contaminated by the environment.

Wear gloves when you pick up dog waste. Especially if you suspect to be contaminated. Wearing gloves will allow you to protect yourself from a ripped bag.

Are the white specks in the poop moving?

Notice how big and long the white specks are

Check for texture. Food feels hard while worms feel soft.

How To Analyze White Specks In Dog Poop?

Not all white specks move. If it is not moving, then there are ten possible causes.

If it is moving, you know that there are only two possible causes, flies and worms.

  • Long white specks are a sign of worms or toy strings
  • Short white specks are a sign of food or fungal infection or tapeworms (they are small)
  • Thick white specks are a sign of medication, food, seeds, and nuts.
  • Thin white specks signify worms, larvae, and fungal infections.
  • Hard white specks are a sign diet
  • Soft white specks are a sign of infection
  • Slimy poop indicates some type of bowel inflammation (Cancer, Tumors, Parvovirus, IBS)

6 Causes For White Specks In Dog Poop?

Grains, Rice, Seed, and Nuts

When To Be Concerned: Specks caused by food could be a sign of malabsorption. Check for more signs of malabsorption below. If no other symptoms exist, then you should not be concerned. However, some foods are hard to digest, like corn.

  • Eating unusual things such as poop & trash
  • Weight loss
  • Excessive hunger
  • Smelly stool
  • Oily Stool
  • Rumbling and gurgling stomach sounds
  • Flatulence
  • Depression
  • Lack Of Energy
  • Shabby and Scruffy Coat
  • Vomiting
  • Chronic Diarrhea

Your dog could be eating toy strings, bones, coins, and mulch.

When To Be Concerned: Check for more symptoms of foreign objects. If no other symptoms exist, then don’t worry. Most of the time, these items pass through the system.

  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal tenderness or pain
  • Decreased appetite (known as anorexia)
  • Constipation
  • Lethargy
  • Aggression

How Do They Get It:

  • Unsupervised chewing time
  • Unsupervised outside time

Is your dog on medication. If so, you should expect that your dog’s stomach did not digest the capsules. In this case, white specks are normal.

Moving white specks in dog poop is usually worms. These can include Tapeworms, Roundworms, and Hookworms. It is unlikely to be whipworm or heartworm as they do not appear in the poop. Other symptoms of worms include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Regurgitating
  • Vomiting
  • Butt Scooting
  • Butt Licking
  • Pale Gums
  • Excessive thirst
  • Lethargy
  • Coughing
  • Odor
  • Hair loss
  • Anal gland issues

How Do They Get It:

  • Birth (Puppies)
  • Eating Fleas
  • Poop Eating
  • Skin Contact With Poop
  • Digging In Infected Soil
  • Groomers, Daycares, Kennels

If you inspected poop that is not fresh, flies might have laid larvae on the poop. If this is the case, make sure to check fresh poop. But, again, there would be no additional symptoms. Furthermore, the infestation occurred after leaving the dog’s body.

A dog gets infected with a fungal infection by inhaling the spores. Spores will make their camp in the canine’s lungs and multiply, resulting in a condition. Other symptoms of a fungal infection include:

  • Redness
  • Itching
  • Crusty skin
  • Dry/flaky skin
  • A foul odor on the skin

What To Do If I Find Specks In Dog Poop?

  • Call the vet if malabsorption symptoms are present
  • If there are no symptoms, wait one week and reassess
  • Vet appointment
  • Fecal Test
  • Dewormer

3 Types Of White Worms In Poop

1. Hookworms

2. Roundworms

3. Tapeworms

How To Prevent White Specks In Dog Poop?

  1. Don’t let your dog eat poop
  2. Don’t let your dog drink from contaminated water
  3. Supervise outside time with the dog
  4. Flea protection
  5. Heartworm protection
  6. Avoid wildlife
  1. Change Food
  2. Teach Leave It
  3. Supervise Bones & Toy Destruction
  4. Prevent garbage eating by buying a foot-operated bin

What Do Worms Look Like In Dog Poop After Deworming?

Following treatment, dead worms may be visible in your dog’s stool for a few days, or he may suffer from diarrhea as the dead worms are digested. Dewormer medicine is a common reason for nighttime diarrhea so prepare by having your dog in a confined room

White Specks After Deworming?

If your vet ran test and found deworming to be necessary and the specks are not gone, consult your vet. If you dewormed your dogs your self you may have misdiagnosed. Take your dog to the vet.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Does Dog Poop Look Like?

There are many types of dog poop, including diarrhea, squishy, soft, firm, rock hard. The digestive track causes food to have different textures. Food is either completely digested, partially digested, or not digested.

  1. White
  2. Yellow
  3. Purple
  4. Brown
  5. Black
  6. Orange

Dog poop with yellow spots means there is bile in the poop. Also, if your dog is eating a fatty diet, it will cause excess fat to be in the stool.

Owners put dogs on a chicken and rice diet when they are sick. Dogs put on a chicken and rice diet sometimes has yellow poop. Yet, it is most likely not the chicken and rice causing the yellow poop. Instead, it is the underlying condition that caused you to put your dog on this food in the first place.

Your dog’s poop is liquid and yellow because of the liver. When the liver is diseased, it causes bile to leak into the intestines, leading to this type of stool.

Your dog’s poop is purple because it contains undigested red blood cells. Purple poop is a serious sign that something is wrong. Call your veterinarian immediately.

Your dog’s poop is pale because it is full of undigested calcium.

Your dog’s poop is green because it is full of undigested plant matter. Green poop could signify that your dog is not getting enough nutrients. It can also be a sign that they cannot process their nutrients. It could also indicate an upset stomach.

Your dog’s poop is red because it has blood in it. A small cut or ulcer in your dog’s stomach or intestines could be the cause of red poop. An intestinal blockage, anal gland infection, or tumor could also cause.

Dog poop turns black in the sun because it’s composed of tiny bits of digested bone, hair, and fat. When these substances meet heat or air, they start to decompose.

Your dog’s poop is white because it’s composed of tiny bits of digested bone, hair, and fat. These substances are not dangerous when your dog is healthy. However, white specks can be a sign of problems with your dog’s diet, such as too much calcium or even dietary diseases. So if you notice white poop regularly, it might be time to consult your veterinarian

Follow the instructions above to rule out worms as a possibility.

If your dog’s poop has white balls in it, you should take a closer look for signs of worms.

Consistency Of Poop

Your dog’s poop has mucus or slime in it because the digestive system is struggling to break down the food. Mucus in poop happens when your dog eats something that doesn’t agree with its stomach.

Your dog’s poop is hard as a rock because the dog’s diet lacks water. When the body does not get enough fluids, it causes the poop to be hard. In addition, the digestive system removes as much moisture as possible before it’s excreted. That leaves a dry, compacted waste product that is difficult for your dog to pass.

To firm up a dog’s poop, he needs to eat a lot of fiber. If a dog’s poop is soft, it can be due to various factors. The stool is too soft because they are underfed or eating too much soft food. In addition, they may not get enough exercise, and even too much water intake. Dog poop can turn very soft and runny because of diarrhea. If a dog is sick or has eaten something harmful, the poop might turn very soft and mushy.

To firm up your dog’s poop, you need to add water to the dog’s diet. Add a bit of water to your dog’s food or feed your dog vegetables and fruits.

A dog’s poop is runny because he is sick or has diarrhea. A watery stool may also be because of a worm infestation. If your dog’s poop is soft or runny, white or red specks may be present. These are most likely the worms’ eggs, and you need to take them very seriously.

If the dog’s poop is solid & regular but then changes to soft, it can be due to an irritation in the stomach or an infection. You can firm up your dog’s poop by feeding your dog more fiber and giving your dog more exercise.

Your dog’s poop is dry and crumbly because he is not getting enough water or fiber in his diet. You need to add apples or pears, green beans, and carrots to the dog’s diet.

Your dog’s poop is mushy because he is not eating enough fiber. When the stool becomes very soft, it can be due to a lack of healthy bacteria in the digestive system. Or it can be due to an overgrowth of yeast. You need to give him more fiber by feeding him vegetables and fruits.